Macbeth's down fall
Lady Macbeth feared Macbeth would be too guilty. She advised him to "'Only look up clear. To alter favor is to fear. Leave all the rest to"'(Shakespere37). Lady Macbeth tries to convince Macbeth that everything will be alright if he just acts like nothing is wrong and does not show his guilt.
Lady Macbeth even went as far as questioning his manhood after he killed king Duncan. Macbeth felt incredibly guilty about this. Lady Macbeth claimed he '" unbend your noble strength to think so brainsickly of things"' (Shakespere57). Lady Macbeth accused Macbeth of having a lack of will power to just get over the fact he killed someone.